INDEX

Augmented Reality in Field Maintenance and Servicing

Table of Contents

  • 1. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING ACROSS VERTICALS
    • 1.1. Common Tasks
    • 1.2. Common Device Considerations
  • 2. BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS BY INDUSTRY VERTICAL
    • 2.1. Energy
    • 2.2. Manufacturing
    • 2.3. Medical
  • 3. BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS
    • 3.1. Value Chain Assessment
    • 3.2. State of Existing Deployments
    • 3.3. Return on Investment
  • 4. NOTABLE COMPANIES
    • 4.1. Hardware Manufacturers
    • 4.2. Platform Companies
    • 4.3. Application Developers
  • 5. ABI RESEARCH'S DEFINITIONS OF THE AR SPACE AND VALUE CHAIN


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Maintenance and servicing as a job function falls across a number of industry verticals, including Energy, Manufacturing, and Medical, among others. Industries with complex structures requiring ongoing monitoring and maintenance in order to prevent potential disruption of services or even harm to the public in the event of failure or misuse are ideal industries for the use of AR. A number of tasks implemented through the use of AR, such as See-What-I-See and Access to Documentation, can be used to combat these challenges.

This report details a number of the key tasks and verticals at play within the maintenance and servicing use case, in addition to the key elements impacting ROI for the implementation of AR within the workplace including reduction in error rates, reduction in time and travel costs, and improved worker safety.

Table of Contents

  • 1. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING ACROSS VERTICALS
    • 1.1. Common Tasks
    • 1.2. Common Device Considerations
  • 2. BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS BY INDUSTRY VERTICAL
    • 2.1. Energy
    • 2.2. Manufacturing
    • 2.3. Medical
  • 3. BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS
    • 3.1. Value Chain Assessment
    • 3.2. State of Existing Deployments
    • 3.3. Return on Investment
  • 4. NOTABLE COMPANIES
    • 4.1. Hardware Manufacturers
    • 4.2. Platform Companies
    • 4.3. Application Developers
  • 5. ABI RESEARCH'S DEFINITIONS OF THE AR SPACE AND VALUE CHAIN